The Blackout, Orange Goblin, Ginger (The Wildhearts), Hacktivist, and The Virginmarys lead the first wave of 50 of the two-hundred plus acts who will appear at the 6th Camden Rocks which takes place on Saturday 31st May 2014 in over 20 venues in London's Camden Town.
Other bands joining the line-up include Blitz Kids, Colt 45, Los Pepes, Turbowolf, Nine Black Alps, Acoustic TV (Terrorvision’s Tony Wright, The Howling, Crazy Arm, Apologies, I Have None, God Damn, Hounds, Hang the Bastard, Exit International, Deadcuts, Electric River, Turbogeist, Generation Graveyard, Dolomite Minor, Sons of Icarus, The Dogbones, Tankus the Henge, Ltnt, VerseChorusVerse, Menshevik, Dead, The One Hundred, Verses Knights, The Front, IC1s, Dead Eye Mariners, Panic The Vulture, Dead Sea Skulls, Paris Pickpockets, Stereo Juggernaut, The Parade, The Dirty Truth, Charlie and the Band of Demons, Itamar, The Broken Chords, My Little Empire, Voodoo Vegas, Saint Agnes, Death Koolaid, and Dirty Harrys with many more to be announced.
“This is one big Rock n Roll street party,” said event organizer Chris McCormack. “It’s now in pretty much every venue in Camden. It’s pretty cool to be able to turn Camden into the noisiest place on earth for a day! 200 of the best new guitar bands in 20 venues!”
"We are super excited to be playing Camden Rocks,” exclaimed The Blackout’s frontman Sean Smith. “Especially in such a rad venue as The Underworld. It's gonna be a hot sweaty one for sure!"
"Camden has always been one of our favourite parts of the UK for shows,” joins in Blitz Kids frontman Joe James. “The rock scene there is unparalleled. We can't wait to play Camden Rocks!"
The early bird offer has ended. Tickets are priced at £20.
The venues playing host to Camden Rocks are Electric Ballroom, Underworld, Proud, Barfly, Jazz Cafe, Dingwalls, Purple Turtle, Black Heart, Hawley Arms, Monarch, The Good Mixer, The Enterprise, Camden Head, The Cuban, Brew-Dog, Record Club, Dingwalls Canalside Bar, and The Beatrice.
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